edited 6 May
I’d just leave her to it. If she’s so determined to make a tit out of herself she’ll do it regardless of what she’s wearing. In my experience the shock factor of these sort of things only last 5 minutes. Just ignore her outfit choice and don’t comment on it, it’s the attention she wants and by rising to it you are giving her that. Let her wear whatever she wants. When you turn up, have a little eye roll with your mum and leave her to do whatever she’s going to do.
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You can't dictate what grown adults wear. You may not like her dress sense but it's her money and her body to dress as she pleases. Let it go (to use a Disney phrase 😂).
I would say you're right about it not being worth losing a friendship over. I don't think you're wrong to feel fed up but if she's always been like this you know it's not aimed at you, so don't take it personally. Also, some people just are flaky and not interested in weddings. We'd love it if everyone was excited as we are but it's just not always the case.
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